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' -! tjrt;naw.timp goes to ittty home in amherst, south and brownhelm volume xiv. number 34 amhegstt p., thursday. july 23. 1931 'the sandstone center of vtforld" i 1 ft. fkvu tho poor american farmer. what is going hit him next: wheat has gone below 60c a bushel, milk wars cities ,, sending price down' lo point where farmer loses money on all ho sells. cleveland last week, some xnllk was belm; sold as low '5s ic.a quart. big fellow always trying crowd out t:r6 little fellow, then when he gets way, up price, fellows meats drop close game sunday, 4-3 goldthorpe .tires cop crucial which breaks play leading part not an earned run scored mlschka meatb lost one or most peculiar games they ever played sunday tires lorain, thereby kicked away their golden opportunity second-half title trt-c'ounty league. hits were decidedly lack- ling both sides, but come back in. audi war 'were ln evidence time. agaln pitchers hot water j .. .ii- , ... " bood game, thls-time paid . .... ,. through any fault own, .farmer cost. ., pitched good ball, es- whlle middle! ,,, 4 hits, btruck men can't pay more because sell cheaply, over survivors don't have get during war. crop ready marketf much al- nine. his support shaky, however, cost ball although walk batsman each run. dobras also been disposed by h,s mateg made flve errors farmer, loss producer, behind 1.1m. opposed this could be fed hvejby temperamental players stock, cattle h,3 team so came hogs .the income (ho wlnner, couldn't increased great deal. umpires ln'for procedure, stockjbad dayj decision after revived a- trifle. questioned everything it fans players. spins down taxes inter- thing about est. day revival" will neither pome about, but, like farmers real seven themselves, we mighty pessl- breaks, errors, nilstlc time alone. come. 9 m there way increase revenue, especially those who roadside markets, by(n double guild misjudged improving merchandising let fall safe. next two methods. many put! easy. lprain first. opening inning, archie walked first man up, f. nlekolette, kuttlng sacrificed, goohs nlekolette girl twirler here jackie .mitchell, only pitch, rr professional hall, comes hut unlay -out little- produce, maybe bas-;ket cherries, dozen eggs, with no sign kind, expect motorists stop inquire sale. o rlsts nowadays speed along roads, even if brown forced hutton borriethinsr .thev want plate. fritz bartlome fourth took lead runs not. single runner should reached flr,st. hutton, schrlner syrowski safe infield filling bases. singled "going too fast fo'stop, p"st third, scoring won't bother it. display products, also, catch drive rapidly, put attractive, readable sign, sfiort distance from stand, glve-the chance slow before produce. important 'as merchants. you people know sell. looks though pull himself hole group, government person seems able do our history need old-age pension now, under present economic system. measure fostered fraternal order enisles, spite wide-spread opposjtion, meeting unusual support. am arguments against it, them halng considerable ground tact, years igo would reluctant such move fact, since tie- presslon wo look upon favor. depres slon opened qui" eyes things, among condition labor marke'.. depressions give us syrowski. loafed paths, stopping second baseball ,an saturday afternoon seeing mo t famous player c u n try afternoon. mitchell, twlrler, appear jack gra-ney's night hawks meats. start 2:30. helen bortner, girl, oppose her mound three innings. tanned babe ruth lou gehrig exhibition chattanooga, tenn., spring. slip organized basc-ball, being member chattanooga southern association. she leave absence, around past '.wo weeks. pitch saturday. belter line comparative strength teams. night-hawks won locals, unaccustomed playing, wfll welcome chauco light. berlin heights league boost percentage 750, lost. locals third place winners goldthorpe-natlvltles !n nnd huron second. probably i'oulson, kid wonder co nverted into dangerous team. dug roy pumphvey turning ome shakeup local probable scrappier ,result. "bud" tofore coach team, complete charge, stricter discipline bound result. changes ar.u lineup "known, field fairyland 11 "frr : '.s. new london bank fails eagles celebrate 25th anniversary national closed its doors friday board directors. frozen assets given cause william taylor, thief examiner federal reserve district. according financial statement had $50,000 capital $475,000 deposits. founded go yeas ago, oldest vicinity. savings & loan mew london, nearly 250 members account eleven charter "frozen" few months 2 5 0 embers prcient founders' celebration high school 16 aerie celebrated fitting fashion monday evening, banquet attended. mptn&ers special guests order, ago. lpiit nrncrnss slnro tin rpnriran' zatlon. institution re- snt head table. january, j. smytho master ouiciais nave reported excel- ceremonies, anu torn oi inu founding organization 56 25 men, survivors, present, event brought about. now :it;o aerie. surviving mem- hers, whose names read l thp toustmaster, r,' e. mc-masters el paso, tex., a. miller cleveland, louis bod-man pasadena, cal hamlll toledo, earl sanders, foster, dr. o. wiseman, charles miller, w. fire equipment bought council acts modernize amherst's fighting approve 1932 budget entry date set tennis tournament entries must 30; drawing done issue flags on,, ,.,. .f "e playing mood, throw the. h tolerated. backers hate felt tiasn't class capable, change management drew release indifferent either. gormley base' place. al over-ran first, thinking on, placed hole, finally getting caught tried make dash third. called umpire claimed bounder fair. fires again fifth. bonk ball. hallbuck tap second, brown's error bounder, scoring. f, schrlner, ing hutting's dartlome, struck out. tied sixth zelesky's fly, him. syrow ski shot box, tiny sammy off thought bunt. out, oh short final winning unearned, came,ln eighth down, olson goohs' grounder hli legs doublo. stole juggled hard just long enough zeles'ky tie score half ninth, led left field. ordered hit, sacrifice instead, fouled catcher. went bartlo-me's gleason weds edith krlpg, itontl, married akron mnn parsonage 29, wednesday. drawings announced thursday, hearn, here-play wlll atart once planned round aug. 5, pern&ps matches may reports resutts office soon played. tiling eight junior assured, desired. doubles teams senior section formulated, teaming open battle, least four five having through. paired entered already sharp tabbert, plato fuhr-man, moeblus may. others yet. hess talks aititngf-mcih issuing draping veteran'!, cuhkotn arrangements obtaining drape caskets deceased veterans postofflce depart ment, week veterans' bureau cleveland. ob tained county seat. previously these sued vetcrms regional offices hospitals, monetary allowance purchased. communities dlffl cull purchase flag suitable jhls purpose arrange ment issuance post meet approval service organizations. postmaster nt seats designat ed supply hand. fur nlshed forms required instructions concerning flags. administration glad announce believed placing veterans, relatives, frlendb. webster pharmacy robbed tuesday step th barber, frank ilelden, ham-local fichtlnc enulnment wai .fhanden, c. stiwald, b. miss m. krieg, -road, swan erickson, jamestown, n. y., st. peter's evangelical church, rev schmidt officiating. bride wore biege lace gown pea green accessories, carried corsage bouquet roses baby breath, couple unattended. reception held bride's parents, mr. mrs. krleg, following thr ments served, ceremony, immediate families attendance. live akron. warped view affairs, fairly prosperous over-supply evidence. thpre tendency largo employer hire only' younger eliminating employee reaches age 50, younger. something bo aid 'with jiattlng average pen-j. 60, sent bat guild, solution, 'and ended same help solve problem surplus la- bright spots bqr. outside archie's pitching, syrowskl's sul'plus louie nlcko- la prouauiy uur mum ocituun cbu-ieima nut buibbu uvei actuimi uomlc problem, unlck3 farm dive problem' greater one. .stopped got threw machine tar halt step. kind pulled year. still league, beating huron, and. losing production without increasing consumption. manufacturing world retire prkcra -when reach ft certain age, pension, work shorter .hour basis, ivho towork oppor iunltv pur- hess, superintendent ndrwalk district churches, occupy pulpit church sunday. m., care attend. outoooitrvleetlng k. p. lodge hold out-door mon evening. leavo hall 8 o'clock. refresh aged resident mary bodmann, 80, passes daughter forget.ladles'" golf gardens nex wednesday, 29. ladies' course ladles permitted free, hotel congregational octogenarian club honored enters hospital mrs, lee. womack aumtt- chasing power ted absorb, huge production. morning .for operative treatment above mem-b e s recently service. are, right, eastman, j, adams, foster -and capt, l. stough. tholr respectively, 86, 82, 86. other rev. harding, dana smith, present. d. patterson attendants hers,' honorary club. pioneers bodmann died daughter, caroline kelch, 5:45 sunduy, illness several years. lived until oct, 14, 80 old. bodmaii born raised york city, coming 1871. aschenbach residence north main street, 58 resided 363 spring street. bodman wns preceded death husband, herman, wedding jau 1, 1921. survived children, fred bodman, g .men?., wm. schable avon lake; grandchildren, joseph kelch marcella arlene frances menz, brother, ftank gelger, sisters, kathertne henry frengs harry hoeusser, city. funeral services conducted rev, james elschen, 9:00 o'clock wednesday morn-, ing, joseph's -itf active member. interment calvary cemetery, charge h. baker. burglars $250 money, narcotics cigarettes experts biggest robbery perpetrat- pd drug store lloyd web-sttr park avenue goods ex' tent $2501 taken. $50 taken cash register fund boxes, remainder haul confined drugs, whiskey cigarettes. police officers opinion efforts stores, particular emphasis narcotics. checking found designed internal use taken, drugs containing external left. apparently market dope addicts whom goods. entire medicinal large quantity u.uuc "''"'""""i lincoln scarcn tne store, tnroiign every drawer cabinet, hour. door, ex pert fashion. clues, except stranger twice weeks, asked permission telephone. victimized rob bers business, tlmp occurring owned deputies sheriff's ol-flce working case, haven't information guide them. village evening pur chase apparatus. thu included 4-way" attachment hose nozzel, 50-foot lengths inch hose, smal. nozzle's. used an.! small modernized equipment, firemen unanimously favor very, merchant, george hoff-ner ebbs. emblems presented baker token faithful order. accepted spokesman group. program excellent vaudeville, including dancing, juggling, comedy song. toastmasten introduc- oivb i'aktv john david stephan host group young friends tomorrow homo1 stephan. hurler improvement. possible foul streams tire, either spot, differ ent places, can bu removed stream used, demands require. pointed damage usually than damage, cases necessary. s106.50. anxious tiro department, truck, a, feel finances permit expenditure. officials ttx experience recent there. protests assessment schroeder appeared protest paving lot corner east martin. claims excessive, illegal, for. ills .martin $715. smythe, legal advisor village, rendered legal, ac cording -statutes ohio, ran nothing loads slag road dumping road. sink pavement end rpalred. spoj. regarded menace motorists. bad jackson httr.et curb repaired. approved. calls estimated expenditures approximately $100,000, departments. general expenses $35,000. delinquent sewer assess file inspection interested tax payers, preparatory certified au ditor collection. speaker graves, attorney prominent eagle, spoke "what happened quarter century?" cited progress period, bringing perhaps unrealized fact airplanes faster infancy industry automobiles did period history. "the constant faithfulness thes"6 veteran eagle fraternity, show we, eagles, right track," said speaker, aims accomplishments organizations fraternities worthwhile work, aiding crippled, themselves. "but eagles," graves said, "have different course. capable helping himself, cannot supplying necessary co-operation. tlrls line, sponsored workmqn'j compensation laws, backing stabilization employment laws congress, old ohio. pensions reality states already, result eagles." inaugurated membership 360 tiers 500. plans worked campaign. connection announcement, stated $38,- 000 sick benefits dur aerie's existence, together $0,000 benefits. juckie mitchell garthe speak international association convention whispers" colonial thrill picture year riuys ui me ijoioniai noay whispers-," featuring dynamic actor, chester morris. succession dramatic, mystifying situations scarcely pause breath. moments splendid. genuine laughter provoked tun-makers. identity bat" whispers key rapid-fire mystery drama. audience kept tense thru- determine secret the" puzzle arch-crlmlnal holds twin public terror of- deeus. plot taken'.tfrom.a sen-saturhflv nationally successful ?i)lay tlu vti i,. roberts rlnehart' graney's nlghtbawks. ayerjr hopwood garthe, selected ohio speakers congress building associations, philadelphia ii 14. manager citizens &j assn., president assn. sub ject, "conducting flower shows" subject quail-fled speak, conducting annually gladiolus company. youngest .sunday monday- marlon davles "it's wuai- child." tucmlnit "wever, the, twaju shall meet."
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-07-23|
|Date of Original||1931-07-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-07-23 14 34|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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